— She shares some earth-friendly kitty toy projects even the most DIY-challenged of us can assemble.
— She does feral rescue including trap-neuter-return while looking after abandoned cats and being an advocate with city officials and police.
— Catch the Bay Area cat-behavior consultant and founder of Go Cat Go on a new TV show this fall, "Animal House."
— The loss of a pet is painful, but Harberts offers comfort during that most emotional time.
— Web-series creator Nicholas Tana talks about sneak attacks on female visitors and other real-life events that inform the horror comedy narrative.
— Georgia Dunn's comic strip presents day-to-day cat news reported by kitties Lupin, Elvis, and Puck.
— This ex-pat Brit lives on a tropical island and makes beautiful wooden cats.
— It's official: "Filmmakers are cat freaks just like the rest of us."
— Remember Jinx the cat flushing the toilet in "Meet the Parents"? That's Dawn's work, and her cat!
— The directFURR of guest relations at the historic New York City hotel naps and poses for photos with guests. Sounds like the best job ever.
— We chat with artist Simon Tofield about how his four real-life cats inspire his adorable, hilarious, and entirely relatable animated series.
— After the death of her dog, Beth plunged into kitty fostering in a big way -- and even roped her husband Howard into the act.
— When these candles burn away, something striking remains -- learn why she puts it there.
— The 9Lives spokescat was around before any of today's celebrity felines, but he shares something with many of them: the desire to help other cats.
— The skeletal feline was created to benefit a shelter. Now she inhabits paintings, cards, and jewelry.
— These cat ladies are sexy and slinky, not crazy.
— We talk to Daniel Voshart, author "Half-Cat: A Partial History," about you-know-what.
— Founder Nohl Rosen admits that cats are picky and unpredictable, so he has them choose the songs.
— We talk to cast members from the Toronto production to learn about this crazy kitty show.
— His siblings had similar deformities, but Little Bear’s were the most extreme. Somehow, he doesn't let that get him down.
— Using flower essences and therapeutic touch, she transforms unsocialized and traumatized cats.
— He aims to get emotional reactions from felines.
— The actress made famous in Hitchcock films has been an advocate for wild animals -- and an opponent of breeders and traffickers for 30 years.
— The rescue kitty survived a knife attack. Now she helps Arden Moore in a pet first-aid class.
— She loves to dress up in costumes and hit the town, all while raising money for rescue groups.
— We sit down (at a safe distance) with the Internet's favorite grumpy, foul-mouthed cat.
— We sit down with the co-host of the paranormal show and channel dead pets. Kidding! We just have a chat.
— Gershon's memoir covers her traumatic two-month search for her lost cat and the wild cast of characters who help her.
— Cheryl Edwards invented this pacifier for cats to stop her pet from ruining her blankets.
— Janine Quinn, who rescued a feral cat with a jar stuck on her head, talks about her work with cats and updates us on the lucky feline's recovery.